Road Widening To Kleinton Waste Transfer Facility

Toowoomba Regional Council (TRC) will commence road widening of a section of Kleinton School Road from Monday, 11 May with completion expected late June 2020 (weather permitting).

TRC Water and Waste Chair Cr Rebecca Vonhoff said the road widening would support the construction of the new $13.9 million Tier 2 Waste Management Facility at Kleinton. The current waste facility will keep operating while road construction is underway.”

“The project will involve the widening of 300 metres of Kleinton School Road adjacent to the waste transfer facility,” Cr Vonhoff said. “During construction, Kleinton School Road will remain open to traffic, with some temporary lane closures and speed restrictions in place.

Council asks the community to please drive to conditions and be aware that there will be temporary changes to directional signage and traffic flow within the Kleinton Waste Facility. Construction work will generally occur from Monday to Saturday between the hours of 6.30 am and 6.30 pm.

Traffic management will be in place throughout construction to maintain traffic flow, and for the safety of crews and motorists. Council thanks road users for their patience during construction and apologises for any inconvenience.

The design of the Kleinton facility is a smaller version of the Greater Toowoomba Waste Management Facility on O’Mara Road. It will have a similar look and feel ….

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Submitted by:
Michael Duff
Senior Media Relations Officer
Stakeholder Engagement and Communications
Toowoomba Regional Council

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